McGwire first became eligible for Hall of Fame voting in 2007. For election, a player needs to be listed on 75% of ballots cast; falling under 5% removes a player from future consideration. Between 2007 and 2010 McGwire's performance held steady, receiving 128 votes (%) in 2007 , 128 votes (%) in 2008 , 118 votes (%) in 2009 , and 128 votes (%) in 2010 . The subsequent ballot in 2011 showed the first sub-20% total of 115 votes (%), and McGwire's total votes continued to decline (112 votes (%) in 2012 , 96 votes (%) in 2013 , 63 votes (%) in 2014 , and 55 votes (%) in 2015 ) until he was finally eliminated after receiving only 54 votes (%) in 2016 . 
I have a question about non-raw dairy for toddlers… sorry that this question is a little long-winded!! I love this series on raw milk and it was very influential getting me on the raw milk band wagon. Years later, I’m a (newish) mom with a 21 month old, and the realities of eating a perfectly clean and nourishing diet just aren’t as good as before. These days driving out of the way for an extremely expensive gallon of milk isn’t realistic for me. I still try to eat as healthy as possible and my toddler’s diet consists of plenty of nourishing foods: grass fed butter and meats, wild caught salmon, daily eggs, sauerkraut and kimchi, and as many veggies as I can get him to eat. He has plenty of fruit, almond or peanut butter, pepitas and sunflower seeds and rice during the week as well. We used to have normal full fat milk, full fat plain greek yogurt and cottage cheese in the fridge, but since then my health practitioner told me I have a dairy intolerance so I’ve been trying to cut that out. The problem is my toddler will literally BEG for milk, cottage cheese, and yogurt. He would eat A LOT of it if I let him just eat to his heart’s content. I’m worried that all that dairy is unhealthy for him but then wonder if he’s craving it because he needs it nutritionally. He is also self-weaning from breastmilk right now as I am pregnant. I would feel fine with him drinking raw milk as we have a very reliable source here, but like I said, it’s so expensive and out of the way. Any advice would be welcome and thank you in advance for your help!
The next year, Bonds's offensive production reached even higher levels, breaking not only his own personal records but several major league records. In the Giants' first 50 games in 2001, he hit 28 home runs, including 17 in May—a career high.  This early stretch included his 500th home run hit on April 17 against Terry Adams of the Los Angeles Dodgers .   He also hit 39 home runs by the All-star break (a major league record), drew a major league record 177 walks, and had a .515 on-base average, a feat not seen since Mickey Mantle and Ted Williams over forty years earlier. Bonds's slugging percentage was a major league record .863  (411 total bases in 476 at-bats), and, most impressively, he ended the season with a major league record 73 home runs.